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Received by NSD/FARA Registration Unit 0112112017 1:48:32 PM 8; If the foreign principal is not a foreign gbYermrient or a foreign political party: a) State the nature ofthe business or activity of this foreign principal. NA b) Is this foreign principal: Supervised by a foreign government foreign political party, or other foreign principal Owned by a foreign government, foreign political party, or other foreign principal Directed by a foreign government, foreign political party; or other foreign principal Controlled by a foreign government, foreign political party, or other foreign principal Financed by a foreign government foreign Subsidized in r^ by a foreign govern Yes • No • Yes • No • Yes • No • Yes • No • Yes • No • YesD No • 9. Explain fully all items answered "Yes*' in Item 8(b). (ifadditional space is needed, a full insert page must be itsed) NA 10. If the foreign principal is ah organization ahd is not owned or controlled by a foreign government, foreign political party or other foreign principal, state who owns and controls it. NA EXECUTION In accordance with 28 TJ.S:C. $ 1746, the undersigned swears, or affirms under, penalty of perjury that he/she has readthe information set forth in this Exhibit A to the registrationstatement and that he/she is familiar with the contents thereof arid that such contents are in their entirety true and accurate to the best of his/her knowledge and belief. Date of Exhibit A 1/23 /I > Name and Title Greg Lowman, Partner Sig

Received by NSD/FARA Registration Unit 01/27/2017 1:48:28 PM 3 & . OMli No. I (24-0004; Expires April 30,2017 u.s. Department of Justice Exhibit B to Registration Statement Washington, DC 20530 Pursuant to the Foreign Agents Registration Act of 1938, as amended INSTRUCTIONS. A registrantmust furnish as an Exhibit 13 copies of each written agreement and the terms and conditions of each oral agreement with his foreign principal, including all modifications of such agreements, or, where no contract exists, a full statement of all the circumstances by reason of which the registrant is acting as an agent of a foreign principal. Compliance is accomplished by filing an electronic Exhibit B form at bsiscitemdmjm- Privacy Act Statement. The filing of this document is required for the Foreign Agents Registration Act of 1938, as amended, 22 U.S.C. § 6 for the purposes of registration under the Act and public disclosure. Provision of the information requested is mandatory, and failure to pr the information is subject to the penalty and enforcement provisions established in Section 8 of the Act. Every registration statement, short registration statement, supplemental statement, exhibit, amendment, copy of informational materials or other document or information filed Attorney General under this Act is a public record open to public examination, inspection and copying during the posted business hours ofth Registration Unit in Washington, DC. Statements are also available online at the Registration Unit 's webpage: .hUp;£tt»-w,f«ra,fiOX. On every such document, other than informational materials, is automatically provided to the Secretary of State pursuant to Section 6(b) ofthe copies of any and all documents are routinely made available to other agencies, departments and Congress pursuant to Section 6(c) of the A Attorney General also transmits a semi-annual report to Congress on the administration ofthe Act which lists the names of all agents registe the Act and the foreign principals they represent. This report is available to the public in print and online at; im-ily^JM^gm.. Public Reporting Burden, Public reporting burden for this collection of information is estimated to average .33 hours per response, including the time for reviewing instructions, searching existing data sources, gathering and maintaining the data needed, and completing and reviewing the collection of information. Send comments regarding this burden estimate or any other aspect of this collection of information, including suggestions for reducing this burden to Chief, Registration Unit, Counterespionage Section, National Security Division, U.S. Department of Justice, Washington, DC 20530; and to the Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs, Office of Management and Budget Washington, DC 20503. 1. Name of Registrant S.G.R. LLC Government Relations and Lobbying 2. Registration No. 3. Name of Foreign Principal Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia Check Appropriate Box: 4. H The agreement between the registrant and the above-named foreign principal is a formal written contract. If this box is checked, attach a copy of the contract to this exhibit; 5. • There is no formal written contract between the registrant and the foreign principal. The agreement with the above-named foreign principal has resulted from an exchange of correspondence, if this box is checked, attach a copy of ail pertinent correspondence, including a copy of any initial proposal which has been adopted by reference in such correspondence. 6. • The agreement or understanding between the registrant and the foreign principal is the result of neither a formal written contract nor an exchange of correspondence between the parties. If this box is checked, give a complete description below of the terms and conditions of the oral agreement or understanding, its duration, the fees and expenses, if any, to be received. 7. Describe fully the nature and method of performance of the above indicated agreement or understanding. SGR will work with the client to develop and executive a public affairs plan to enhance the dialogue and relationships with rxjiicymakers, media, opinion leaders and business leaders. The campaign will promote a better understanding of Ethiopia's political, social and economic environment, assist in day-to-day press inquiries, shore up support for politicians and government officials as they address Ethiopian issues, collaborate with the principal's diplomatic teams in the US to tell the nation's story and enhance the relationships with US diplomats, and broaden government outreach tolegislators acknowledging the importance of the nations' bilateral relationship. SGR will also work to strengthen US-Ethiopian business outreach and grow foreign direct investment in Ethiopia. FORM N'SD-4 Revised 03/14

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